04-04-2012 06:44 AM
Corrected Links to Tim's session analysis tool --- As a prior post indicated the links look ok but there are some hidden embedded characters that only seem to show up if you past into into Mozilla. The links fail but the bad characters don't show up in Internet Explorer - at least on my version.
So I did some cut and paste and these links should be clean and take you to Tim's great tool!
Tim - hope you don't mind my repost and thanks again for creating this.
Windows 7 32bit
Windows 7 64bit
05-17-2012 06:31 AM
Tim Good afternoon,
and there is a release under the Mac OS ?
The Mac and Linux versions are just the native source of the SRX session analyzer. It requires python 3.x to be installed and you can run it the same as the .exe for windows.
Given that it's the .py file with the source code fully viewable I'd rather not post it publicly. While I have always offered my source code up to anyone who wants to see it and offered the source for linux/unix/osx users I would rather not post it up and risk having it repackeged and someone attempt to sell my crappy code when I give it away to users for free.
For source that works with linux/unix/OSX please email me directly, email@example.com. I am more than happy to share it with invidiaduals.
07-06-2012 04:51 AM
Would you please email me the Windows 7 64-bit version of your tool? My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
08-06-2012 12:38 PM
A minor update to the documentation. I'm going to put this here and until I get a chance to update all the readme files in the various versions.
Thanks to our friends at JTAC they recommend a different way to jump the session table..
On SRX's where the session table is very large instead dump the session table from the unix shell. Here are two example commands.
cli -c “show security flow session” > /var/tmp/<filename>
cli -c “show security flow session” > /var/tmp/<filename>;gzip /var/tmp/<filename>;gzip /var/tmp/<filename>
I'll update the readmes when I get a free moment but I would recommend using JTAC's suggested way of doing things.